Ms. Christina Alexander, PhD Candidate


Ms. Christina  Alexander, PhD Candidate

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UP LI269
adjunct instructor
Alexander.Christina@spcollege.edu
(727)394-6003
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Office Schedule


Seminole Campus by appointment



Biography


My educational background is:

German Language and Culture studies at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA.

Certificate of French Language and Culture from University of Sorbonne, Paris , France.

B.A. in Foreign Languages German and French from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA.

M. A. in Humanities from the Institute of Humanities at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA.

PhD Candidate in Education and Leadership at Barry University through UPC-Seminole.

Participated in exchange student program in Germany.

Participated in student teaching cultural exchange program in Prague, Czech Republic.

Host Family for Japanese student cultural exchange.

Adjunct faculty , Old Dominion University

Adjunct faculty, Saint Petersburg College

Humanities is a subject I really enjoy.  I hope to inspire students as they learn and explore.  I bring my personal experiences through my extensive travels to the topics we discuss.  I have used my knowlege of the Humanities working in the performing arts.  I have worked with MTV music festivals, Multicultual and Folk Music festivals.  I have worked in  theaters and museums. I have been Resident Artist at the Beaux Arts Theater and Museum and worked in Community Outreach and Marketing in NYC for Dance Companies and participated in dance and theater festivals at NYU in New York City.  Knowlege of the Arts and Humanities has certainly enriched my life and I try to bring this enthusiasm to students in the classroom.  I am also fluent in four languages and have worked as an Interpreter/translator.

 

 




Subjects Taught


Humanities


Course Schedule


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0490   Fall Term 2014
CourseSectionCampusFormatStartsEnds
HUM 2233  WESTERN HUMANITIES: BAROQUE TO CONTEMPORARY 2551 CL In Class Aug 18 2014Dec 12 2014
HUM 2233  WESTERN HUMANITIES: BAROQUE TO CONTEMPORARY 448 EC Online Aug 18 2014Dec 12 2014
HUM 2270  HUMANITIES (EAST-WEST SYNTHESIS) 1921 EC Online Aug 18 2014Dec 12 2014
HUM 2270  HUMANITIES (EAST-WEST SYNTHESIS) 1962 SEMIn Class Aug 18 2014Dec 12 2014
0485   Summer Term 2014
CourseSectionCampusFormatStartsEnds
HUM 2210  WESTERN HUMANITIES: ANCIENT TO RENAISSANCE 634 SEMIn Class May 19 2014Jul 25 2014